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Hurricane Katrina charity tied to Islamic terrorist

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 20, 2007

19 February 2007: Continued investigation by the Northeast Intelligence Network of the Jamaat ul Fuqra terrorist organization has revealed additional information about the group’s activities inside the United States – including the possible diversion of money to train terrorists and finance terrorist operations through a number of non-profit organizations, front companies and Islamic charities..

Just three months after Hurricane Katrina, one of the deadliest hurricanes ever to strike the U.S., the Muslim charity Hands to Hands Social Services Agency, Inc. was formed, ostensibly to assist the victims of the storm in the U.S. On September 21, 2005, exactly two months before the articles of incorporation were filed in New York State, the charity issued a press release through PRWEB, announcing that it sent its representatives to the Houston, Texas area to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina. A noble cause at its face, closer scrutiny of this organization and those involved raises serious questions about not only its legitimacy, but the financing of terrorist training through the diversion of funds to Muslim terror kingpin Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani. Hands to Hands Social Service Agency, Inc. is a domestic, not-for-profit corporation that has been traced back to international terrorist Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani of Lahore, Pakistan via the U.S. Jamaat ul-Fuqra headquarters in Hancock, New York.

Northeast Intelligence Network


What do you wanna bet The Legacy Media won’t mention this?

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Putting RINO Senators On Notice for Non-Binding Resolution Vote

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 19, 2007

I guess to show my pop culture ignorance, I don’t know who the guy in the picture is, but he looks like a lib, and on this blog, he follows my orders.

Keep holding that sign! It’s not break time yet.

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Flashlight Vigil for Thursday Evening Reminder

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 19, 2007

The goal of the Asheville-Buncombe Drug Commission is to “light up the sky” over Asheville this coming Thursday evening. The flashlight drug harm vigil on city-county plaza will find participants shining their lights skyward as they call the name of someone who has been harmed by drugs. Around 7:00 a giant searchlight beam coming from city-county plaza will be the signal for everyone in Asheville is who concerned about the harms of hard drugs to step onto their porch or yard and shine their own light.
Together – we want to “light up the sky”
over Asheville
We need your help to get the word out to everyone!
Asheville-Buncombe Drug Commission
Learn, focus, act ~ together…
4 days until our community drug vigil!
Drug Fact # 4
The treatment success rate for addiction to crack cocaine and meth are abysmal. Some studies state that no more than 10% of those who become addicted to these drugs are able to achieve long term success in breaking away. We should not stop trying to help those already addicted, but greatest success will occur with
impairing recruitment of new users.
We must stop the harm!

“Stop the Harm” Flashlight Vigil

Bringing our community together to shine a light on the harms of hard drugs…

Where: City-County Plaza (you bring a flashlight and we’ll bring the red cellophane covers)

When: Thursday evening, February 22, 2007, rain, snow or shine from 6:30-7:15 pm

Who: Anyone who has lost a family member to drugs, been personally affected by drugs, is

living near drug activity, or who cares about the harms.

Why: To highlight the harms of hard drugs, illuminate causes, and call the public and city leaders to action in addressing our open air drug market.

Event Schedule

  • Introductory comments- Councilman Mumpower
  • Opening prayer- Pastor Whitesides
  • Welcome from the Mayor- Mayor Bellamy
  • Take a stand- Matt Mittan
  • Presentation by a father and son on drug harms- Shad & Shad Jr. Waters
  • Presentation by a young lady- Ms. Amy
  • Fighting back with song- Rockell Whitesides
  • Flashlight ceremony – voices and lights over the city! Carl Mumpower
  • “Stop the Harm” chant- Selina Sullivan
  • Closing prayer followed by the Lord’s Prayer- Pastor Buddy Corbin

This will be a 30-40 minute event from beginning to end. Each presentation will be 2-3 minutes. The highlight will be a ceremony where participants (everyone is asked to bring a flashlight) will shine their light on the ground – those who have a family member, friend, or loved one who has been harmed will have a red cover on their flashlight and one by one call a name they wish to recognize and raise their flashlight toward the night as they do so. When all names have been called, everyone else in attendance will raise their flashlight and that will be the moment we turn on the SkyTracker search light. That, in turn, will be the signal for everyone in Asheville who cannot attend the event to step onto their porch, yard, or street and shine their own light toward the night. It’s all about shining a light on a commitment to “Stopping the Harm” of hard drugs in Asheville ~ together…

~Sponsored by the Asheville-Buncombe Drug Commission~

Dedicated to preventing and addressing the causes and consequences of hard drugs in our community… ~ (828) 252-8390

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Iraq Terror Groups Offer Non-Binding Ceasefire

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 19, 2007

(2007-02-17) — A coalition of major terror groups operating in Iraq today announced a symbolic, non-binding ceasefire in response to House Democrats’ passage of a non-binding resolution rejecting President George Bush’s troop surge plan.

Al Qaeda in Iraq, the Shiite Mahdi army and representatives of a Sunni car-bomb cartel said they would continue to fully fund martyrdom operations, with help from their friends in Iran, Syria and elsewhere

More at Scrapple Face

Hat Tip to Charles G. for sending me this, I needed the laugh!

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What is the Status of The John Batchelor Show?

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 19, 2007

Does anyone know about the status of The John Batchelor Show?

I still get a goodly number of hits each week from people googling, yahooing, asking, msning, and other search engines seeking the same type of information.

So, any one who knows, just leave me a comment.

If you have recordings of past shows, and wish to trade for ones you don’t have, send an email to

Those of you who have my regular email may send info to my personal email address.

Thunder Pig

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New Blog focusing on Immigration Issues

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 18, 2007

I have found a new blog that promises to be a good one, so swing by illegal immigration and check it out.
The author is Frank L of The Blue Collar Republican

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The InfoWar BattleSpace: Some Thoughts

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 18, 2007

This is part of the trend toward a Total War environment, where everyone can participate, or have their words used in the ongoing war effort by either (or both) side(s). This is where opponents of the war have the unintended effect of making the conflict last longer by giving aid and moral comfort to the enemy.

One of the things that I wonder about is what would this look like if there was a shooting war in America between two (or more) factions? Don’t laugh—I know people who say it is unavoidable, and are making preparations for it now. I am making Defensive Preparations only, as I don’t intend to go hunting people if the balloon goes up.

Below is the article that set me to thinking…

The media has increasingly become a battlefield in the war on terror. In the past two months, the Iraqi hostiles have increased their efforts to shoot down helicopters. Such attacks, which can kill as many as a dozen Americans in a single attack, are intended to make a big media splash. The enemy has sought to generate media coverage in order to weaken the will of the American people. This is what happened with the crashed helicopters in Somalia after the 1993 firefight. The media coverage of two shot-down Blackhawk helicopters, and dead American troops being dragged through Somalian streets, was what forced the pullout. In reality, the American troops had won a tactical victory in the 18-hour firefight.

One recent example of what has led to this frustration with the media coverage from Iraq is the latest tape from Ayman al Zawahiri, the number two man in al Qaeda. Zawahiri’s tape not only carried personal shots at President Bush, it also had comments directed towards the Democrats, reminding them of their opposition to American efforts in Iraq. The fact that Zawahiri is calling out the Democrats does indicate a sense of nervousness about the American ” surge” (21,000 additional troops in Iraq) and changes in the rules of engagement. At the same time, the media seems to be glossing over this fact.

The tape by Zawahiri leads to another question: Are the changes in the rules of engagement and the deployment of additional troops working? Again, reports ignored by the mainstream media can answer the question. Moqtada al Sadr. and senior elements of his Mahdi militia, have apparently fled to Iran to avoid capture or being killed. Also largely ignored is the fact that many people in Baghdad have welcomed the surge. One would think that much of this would be relevant to the recent debate over the non-binding resolution in Congress. But it doesn’t appear, and is ignored, as many other signs of progress have been over the nearly four years since the start of the war.

Strategy Page

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Immigration by the Numbers and Blogburst Video

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 17, 2007

The next two videos will provide some background on what the dangers of Illegal Immigration are, and the third video is from the people at Freedom Folks as part of a new project they are launching.

Blogs for Borders Blogburst for 02-12-007

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Video of Americans Confronting Mexican Insurgents

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 17, 2007

I have found a new word to describe the Illegal Aliens who demand amnesty, and the Rights of Citizenship as their reward for illegally sneaking across the border: Mexican Insurgents.

With a new wave of protests planned for this spring, things should begin to get interesting.

Hat Tip: Kathy R
Props to DNET for reconsidering their policy on Video Sharing Sites.

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The Right Side of History

Posted by Thunder Pig on February 16, 2007

Noisy Room has an excellent video you should watch. [Link to Video]

I have a bad feeling about the aid and comfort this vote will give to the Enemies of Mankind.

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